There’s so much to love about Easter. It’s the start of spring, egg hunts, Easter baskets with gifts, sweets and celebrations with family and friends. Of course, the festive treats of this fun-filled holiday can also present certain hazards to your pet, so do be on your guard!
Easter is a time when many bring different festive items into their homes to aid in the celebrations, like chocolate candy wrapped in foil, small, plastic toys, poisonous plants and synthetic grass to adorn the carefully decorated Easter eggs. Unfortunately, all of these items pose very real health risks to your pet were they to get ahold of them and ingest them.
That’s why you must be mindful of what you bring into your home and what you leave out around the house. So, before you start hiding the eggs and putting up those pastel streamers, take a look at these most common Easter hazards that you should keep in the forefront of your mind:Read more »